From Robyn Miller, co-creator of Myst and Riven, comes The Immortal Augustus Gladstone, the story of an eccentric southerner who claims to be 150 years old. While squatting in an abandoned hotel, Augustus tells outrageous tales of befriending Andy Warhol, living with French counts and mingling with vampires.At last Augustus set off in search of a lost descendant in an attempt to bring meaning to his immortal existence. Boing Boing, the directory of wonderful things, is proud to present this feature film!
Visit The Immortal Augustus Gladstone website to download the movie.
In this video, I interviewed Robyn about the origins and making of the movie.
Here’s a clip from The Immortal Augustus Gladstone (a movie directed by Myst co-creator Robyn Miller and presented by Boing Boing), which shows people on the streets of Portland explaining what happens after we die. Also, The Immortal Augustus Gladstone is now available on iTunes!
Can you find Augustus Gladstone in this gigapixel photo of Portland? I was the 10th person to find him! AWOL in P-Town
Join The Immortal Augustus Gladstone director Robyn Miller and producer Mischa Jakupcak for a live chat at the online screening February 24, 2014 at 7pm PT. Tickets to the online show are available on a pay-what-you-will basis (including free!). From the creator of Myst comes a story of alienation and love in the digital age. […]
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